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A Decade of The Bristol Cable: Birthday Party

Meetup Other
  • 26/07/24
  • 17:00 - 23:00
  • free for members, £10 otherwise

More details: https://www.headfirstbristol.co.uk/whats-on/the-trinity-centre/fri-26-jul-a-decade-of-the-bristol-cable-birthday-party-111125#e111125


Music from Booty Bass & Ef Kia, live podcast launch with guest Grace Blakely, & food from The Mazi Project. Plus FREE tix for members!

The Bristol Cable is turning ten! Celebrate with us at this multi-faceted event led by a collective of local legends: including a LIVE podcast recording with journalist and author Grace Blakeley, delicious food from The Mazi Project, community stalls, and a club night with Booty Bass and Ef Kia.

Cable Members – FREE
Non-members – £10

A membership drive

Check how close we are to our membership target here!

This birthday party is part of our membership drive to try and get us over the line for our August 31 target. It is also to honour our journey through a decade of building community-owned local journalism and the people and communities we’ve worked with along the way.

We want to unite as many people as possible to celebrate our impact so far, help us to continue for another ten years, and keep the lights on. Local independent journalism has never been so important.

Please find out more about our campaign and how to become a member here: https://thebristolcable.org/join/

Schedule

This is a family-friendly event with a creche and kids activities to keep attendees of all ages busy.

From 5-8 pm, we’ll be in the Trinity Garden for food, our live podcast launch, and activities for kids. From 8 pm onwards, the dancing begins with DJ sets in the Trinity upstairs space.

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